Nita H. Shah

Nita H. Shah is a professor in the Department of Mathematics, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India. She received her Ph.D. in inventory control management, operations research. Currently, she is engaged in research in inventory control and management, supply chain management, forecasting and information technology and information systems, neural networks, sensors and image processing. She has more than 275 papers published in international and national journals. She is author of four books. She is serving as a member of the editorial board of Investigation Operational, Journal of Social Science and Management, International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Computations and Mathematics Today.

Publications

Handbook of Research on Promoting Business Process Improvement Through Inventory Control Techniques
Nita H. Shah, Mandeep Mittal. © 2018. 644 pages.
Stock management and control is a critical element to the success and overall financial well-being of an organization. Through the application of innovative practices and...
Optimal Credit Period and Lot-Size for Deteriorating Items With Fixed Life Time and Trade Credits
Dushyantkumar G. Patel, Nita H. Shah, Digeshkumar B. Shah. © 2018. 14 pages.
To boost the sale is the prime objective for promoters. For this purpose, they generally allow credit period. In this article, we have considered an inventory model in which...
Dynamic Pricing and Ordering Policies With Quality and Physical Deterioration Under Quadratic Demand
Monika Naik, Nita H. Shah. © 2018. 16 pages.
This article includes policies regarding optimal dynamic pricing and ordering for items with synchronized deterioration of quality and physical quantity. Qualitative...
Setting Two-Tiered Price for Non-Instantaneous Deterioration: Price-Sensitive Quadratic Demand
Nita H. Shah, Urmila B. Chaudhari, Mrudul Y. Jani. © 2018. 18 pages.
To survive in cut-throat competition of today's business, manufacture gives permissible delay in payment to retailer to increase demand of the product. Here, manufacturer...
Vendor-Buyer Supply Chain Models With Supplier Default Risk Under Selling Price and Trade Credit Period Dependent Demand
Chetansinh R. Vaghela, Nita H. Shah. © 2018. 18 pages.
This chapter focuses on uncooperative supply chain inventory models when a supplier offers a credit period to the retailer for a fixed period of time. The models are studied with...
Inventory Control Policies for Deteriorating Item With Preservation Technology, Quadratic Demand, and Trade Credit for a Single Supplier-Two Retailers Supply Chain: A Centralization vs. Decentralization Approach
Nita H. Shah, Mrudul Y. Jani, Urmila B. Chaudhari. © 2018. 20 pages.
Nowadays in use of, the offer of delay payment from supplier is very remarkable implement to boost the market demand by attracting more retailers. Furthermore, offer of delay...
Stackcelberg Game Inventory Model With Progressive Permissible Delay of Payment Scheme
Gede Agus Widyadana, Nita H. Shah, Daniel Suriawidjaja Siek. © 2018. 21 pages.
Supplier has many schemes to motivate retailer to buy more and of them one is a progressive permissible delay of payment. Instead of analyst from the retailer side alone, in this...
Collaboration of Single-Manufacturer Multi-Buyer Inventory Status With Credit Option Under Fuzzy Demand
Isha Sangal, Sarla Pareek, Nita H. Shah. © 2018. 34 pages.
In this paper, a coordinated single-manufacturer and multiple heterogeneous buyers inventory model under fuzzy demand is developed. Here two cases are considered: (i) ex-site...
Joint Decision for Price Competitive Inventory Model with Time-Price and Credit Period Dependent Demand
Nita H. Shah. © 2017. 12 pages.
The problem analyzes a supply chain comprised of two front-runner retailers and one supplier. The retailers' offer customers delay in payments to settle the accounts against...
Optimal Inventory Control and Management Techniques
Mandeep Mittal, Nita H. Shah. © 2016. 406 pages.
Stock management and control is a critical element to the success and overall financial well-being of an organization. Through the application of innovative practices and...
Optimal Ordering for Deteriorating Items of Fixed-Life with Quadratic Demand and Two-Level Trade Credit: Optimal Ordering ... Two-Level Trade Credits
Nita H. Shah, Mrudul Yogeshkumar Jani. © 2016. 16 pages.
This chapter studies the retailer's ordering policies when items in the stocking system has fixed life time and subject to deteriorate with time. The demand is considered to...
Lot Size Model for Reverse Logistics with Quadratic Demand
Digeshkumar Bipinchandra Shah, Dushyantkumar G. Patel, Nita H. Shah. © 2016. 15 pages.
Taking care of nature is the prime responsibility of the companies nowadays. This chapter proposes inventory model with reverse logistics for environmental concerns. Customers...
Deteriorating Inventory Model under Permissible Delay in Payments and Fuzzy Environment
Nita H. Shah, Sarla Pareek, Isha Sangal. © 2016. 23 pages.
This paper deals with the problem of determining the EOQ model for deteriorating items in the fuzzy sense where delay in payments is permissible. The demand rate, ordering cost...